HOBOKEN, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Some people in New Jersey may have to adjust their plans if they want to take the PATH train into the city on weekends.

PATH and the Port Authority said they will be suspending weekend service from August through mid-December on the 33rd Street line.

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Rebecca Cassidy from PATH told 1010 WINS’ Holli Haerr the repairs are part of a safety upgrade required by the federal government.

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“Our signal system is 100 years old and we want to just make sure we can meet that federally mandated deadline,” she said.

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Officials said during the shutdown they will add bus service and will also have weekend service from Hoboken to the World Trade Center.